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2012-11-09 Merritt: Are systems engineers a vanishing breed?
EE Times' Rick Merritt tackles the lack of young systems engineers at Hewett-Packard and the lack of youth in other OEMs.
2008-11-13 MEMS tech brings inroads in consumer devices
As MEMS technology steadily gets integrated into cellphones, digital cameras and other consumer devices, it could soon make a giant step toward the so-called "lifestyle products," where MEMS chips could provide more manageable interfaces.
2014-10-21 MEMS evolution is coming
A change is occurring in the technology options behind MEMS sensors. According to an analysis firm, the market for MEMS devices based on 3D packaging, novel materials and detection principles will see huge growth in 2019.
2004-01-27 Matsushita announces breakthrough in metal-film separation
Matsushita Electric Ind. Co. Ltd, in collaboration with Kumamoto University, has announced the development of a technology for separating metal film from the plastic.
2007-10-10 Long-read-range RFID inlays come in compact form
Omron's Scorpion RFID inlay is designed to seize the growing section of the RFID tag market that demands long read range in a compact form factor.
2012-03-30 Liquid-like material to pave way for new thermoelectric devices
The researchers studied a material made from copper and selenium that exhibits liquid-like behaviors due to the way its copper atoms flow through the selenium's crystal lattice.
2008-12-11 Linear offers 'smallest' integrated DACs
Linear Technology has developed the LTC2636, a family of 12-, 10- and 8bit DACs that integrate a precision reference in 4mm x 3mm DFN and MSOP packages, claimed to the smallest in the market.
2010-04-12 LED fabs take the spotlight
Fewer semiconductor fabs are getting built these days and even the solar market has cooled a bit. So what's the next big thing for fabs? Try LEDs.
2010-11-25 Lasers encode quantum hard drives
A team from the California Institute of Technology has demonstrated a device which they say leads the way to quantum hard drives.
2002-09-26 Laser sensor ignites advanced petrol research
Laser pressure sensors being developed at Oxford University could lead to cleaner, more efficient, petrol engines.
2008-08-01 Keeping up with flash memory growth
Hyperstone's flash memory controllers have evolved to multiple product lines, which include the F2/F3 series that zeroes in on the CF card standard, and the S2/S3/S4/S6/S7 series targeting the SD/MMC card standard. Apart from carrying proprietary 32bit RISC processor core, the products feature hardware units such as the ECC, buffer, flash memory and host interface control logic.
2015-01-14 Keep your eyes open for these gadgets in 2015
The recently concluded International CES 2015 showed tons of interesting items that provided a preview of the possibilities that people might explore in 2015.
2005-06-23 Jack Kilby, co-inventor of the IC, dies at 81
Jack St. Clair Kilby, retired TI engineer and acknowledged as the first inventor of the integrated circuit, passed away in Dallas Monday (June 20) after a brief battle with cancer. He was 81.
2010-11-25 ISSCC highlights emerging technologies
The 2011 International Solid State Circuits Conference has accepted 211 papers, including a sleep monitoring system, a two-dimensional wideband antenna array for 3D imaging, and an AC power meter.
2016-02-22 Isolated potentiometer design (Part 2)
In the second instalment of this series, we describe the core of the isolated analogue-actuated potentiometerthe translinear circuits.
2007-12-04 Intro to the six basic audio measurements - Part 1
Much audio testing is concerned with a small number of performance benchmarks, which we call the Big Six measurements: Level, Frequency response, THD+N, Phase, crosstalk and SNR.
2002-11-27 Innovative optical imaging method seen to lower IC test costs
A group of physicists led by Dr. Caesar A. Saloma of the National Institute of Physics at the University of the Philippines have developed an inexpensive optical imaging technique to detect IC defects.
2012-09-07 Implement digital power control using LLC resonant converters
Read about a digital power control implementation using line level control resonant converters based on a flexible 32bit microcontroller.
2008-11-12 IBM transits to 45nm SOI
With an objective to lead in an emerging technology, IBM's Microelectronics Group has launched what it claims as the industry's first 45nm, SOI foundry offering.
2004-12-15 IBM researchers discover servo control method for optics
IBM Corp. researchers from the company's server division and Thomas J. Watson Research Center have collaborated on an unusual project to bring the advantages of phase-locked loops to wavelength domains.
2005-04-18 How safe is private data on cell?
The recent hacking of Paris Hilton's address book-stored on the TV celebrity's Sidekick II smart phone and backed up by T-Mobile's server-has raised questions in the engineering community about whether personal data is adequately protected in the current generation of cellular products.
2004-03-31 Honing a career in RF, antenna research
Peng Hongli's story hopes to shed some light on how to grow in the engineering industry through research.
2005-06-23 Handheld spectrum analyzer gets cdma2000 1xEV-DO options
Anritsu is debuting three cdma2000 1xEV-DO options for its Cell Master MT8212B handheld communications analyzer. These options expand the handheld's analysis capability to include RF, demodulation, and OTA measurements on cdma2000 1xEV-DO signals.
2015-01-14 Grasping the concept of ground
The term ground is probably the most misunderstood and misused word in electrical engineering. Read this article that probes deeper into this concept.
2011-09-29 Grasping noise, ENOB and effective resolution in ADC
Given the demand for higher resolution, designers must develop a better understanding of ADC noise, effective number of bits, effective resolution, and signal-to-noise ratio.
2008-02-28 GPS goes beyond navigation to video games
By combining GPS and a digital compass with accelerometers, HP Lab's Mediascape platform lets gamers 'become a mouse and a gamepad,' said Patrick Goddi, a senior researcher at HP Labs.
2008-08-05 Freescale, Monebo tip ECG-on-a-chip solution
Freescale Semiconductor and Monebo Technologies have forged a partnership to deliver a comprehensive platform for medical equipment using electrocardiogram technology.
2014-06-12 Fraunhofer fabricates ultrasonic transducers with MEMS
Offering greater sensitivity and broader frequency ranges than the established piezo-based transducers, the CMUTs' MEMS structure consists of two electrodes: one static, and the other, deflectable.
2015-10-21 Flexible electronics equipment makers turn to Asia
Equipment makers are moving towards Asia. There is an impending transition from equipment for development and prototyping purposes to buying equipment for higher volume manufacture.
2005-02-21 Ferroresonant transformers provide stable output voltage
Ferroresonant transformers from Foster Transformer provide a stable power output for input voltages that vary as much as 15 percent.
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